Nero (3) - Roman Emperor

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Nero lived a disruptive life as a Roman Emperor. Some Roman inhabitants may have said that Nero’s reign pleased them, but most could agree that he became one of the worst emperors in history. Nero’s soul consisted of pure evil and wickedness.

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NeroNero lived a disruptive life as a Roman Emperor. Some Roman inhabitants may have said that Neros reign pleased them, but most could agree that he became one of the worst emperors in history. Neros soul consisted of pure evil and wickedness. He thrived off of torturing the public. Seeing people in pain brought him happiness. In fact, once, while riding in his chariot, he ran over a young child for pleasure. These grotesque characteristics caused many Romans to see him as the Antichrist. Despite these qualities, Nero also encouraged things such as athleticism and Roman events or celebrations. This support seemed to charm some of the Roman population. Nero also showed signs of narcissism and selfishness. By examining the life, the goals, and the reign of Nero, one can better appreciate the Roman Emperor. Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus and Agrippina gave birth to their son Lucius

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